Peace work pay and hourly

I get paid 50 a job- it takes 4 hours on each. Although, when is it against law In Nevada to not be paid for every hour I work? I'm having to do at least 10 or more jobs to even see 300 paycheck. What is the wage law, and is this against law?

Under definition
An Independent Contractor:
Operates under a business name
Has his/her own employees
Maintains a separate business checking account
Advertises his/her business' services
Invoices for work completed
Has more than one client
Has own tools and sets own hours
Keeps business records

An Employee:
Performs duties dictated or controlled by others
Is given training for work to be done
Works for only one employer

1 answer  |  asked Jun 27, 2016 3:38 PM [EST]  |  applies to Nevada

Answers (1)

Your question is bit confusing here. Not enough facts are provided here to see if your are (a) an employee (b) an independent contractor. The wage laws mostly applies to hourly employees. It seems you are paid per job and it is likely that you are an independent contractor. Still, no one has a right to short change your wages. Because not enough facts are given here, there is no definitive opinion can be provided. As such, I suggest, you should seek a local counsel in this regard.

posted by Malik AHMAD  |  Jun 28, 2016 4:13 PM [EST]

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